Spain has remained a beloved destination to tourists across the globe for its relaxing beaches, traditional festivals, gorgeous streets, historical buildings and so on. Letting you rejuvenate in an atmosphere surrounded by pristine landscape, Spain guarantees new experiences and is the ideal place for happy souls. Here is a budget-friendly 5-day trip itinerary that you can opt for to make the most out of your vacation.
Day 1: Reach Seville via Madrid
After arriving in Madrid, go for a quick tour to visit the major attractions here. On completion of the sightseeing, head to Cordoba which used to be the most populous city in the globe in the domain of the 10th century. Here you must visit the Mezquita which was built in the 10th century. This was primarily a mosque and later was converted into a cathedral. You should also plan to visit the Alcazar, City Walls, Callejón de Las Flores, etc. At the end of the day, you’ll be heading to Seville where you will spend the night.
Day 2: Sightseeing in Seville
The entire day today will be spent seeing attractions in and around Seville. Seville takes pride in being the fourth largest old town in entire Europe. You must visit the St. Mary of the Sea Cathedral here. This cathedral is one of the largest medieval cathedrals in Europe. If you have already watched Game of Thrones, consider visiting the 12th century Alcazar. Another thing that you must do in Seville is to try the Tapas.
Day 3: Visit Ronda and Costa del Sol
Today you will head to Ronda and Costa Del Sol. Ronda, created in prehistoric times, is known for rock paintings, bullfighting ring, etc. Once you are done visiting the rock paintings at the Cueva de la Pieta, head to see the oldest bullfighting ring modernized by the Romero family. After all, these, head to Costa del Sol to enjoy a sunny break. Here you will find extremely clean sandy beaches. This brings you the perfect opportunity to stroll along the Mediterranean Sea.
Day 4: Granada
After having a scrumptious breakfast, head to Granada today. Granada is quite popular among tourists all over the world for the Alhambra, a Moorish Castle Complex. Many have given it the accolade of ‘paradise on earth’. If you want to have an understanding of the lifestyle here, keep wandering through the streets of Old Granada. End the day by soaking yourself in the Arab bath and a Gypsy Zambra Flamenco Show later in the evening.
Day 5: Head Back to Madrid
Today on your way back to Madrid, you will visit the Toledo which is a must-visit place for those visiting Andalusia. Letting you enjoy a beautiful view of the Tagus river, this walled city is nothing less than a spectacle. Consider visiting the Cathedral of Toledo and the Church of Santo Tome here. You should also visit the Synagogue of St. Mary the White. Once you reach Madrid, prepare yourself to board the home-bound flight as your 5-day Spain trip ends today.
Now that you know how to spend 5 days in Spain, you can pack your bag with peace of mind. Keep this itinerary handy to know what places to visit at each location. A 5-day trip to Spain couldn’t be more beautiful and rejuvenating.